Alabama’s Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, Roy Moore, was dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct dating back 40 years.
Despite that, and against the advice of some of his fellow Republicans, President Trump went all in – endorsing Mr. Moore against the Democrat — Doug Jones. In the end, backed by an historic turnout, Alabama dealt both the President and Moore a stunning defeat.
To discuss this and the recent happenings in the Trump administation:
- Dan Perkins, political commentator and author
- Lynn Sweet, columnist and Washington Bureau Chief for the Chicago Sun-Times
- Chip Brownlee, writes for the Alabama Political Reporter, a website covering state politics and government.
- Jessica Stone, CGTN’s White House Correspondent
— CNN (@CNN) December 13, 2017
— The Hill (@thehill) December 13, 2017